So, if you wanna take your smartphone and really shrink it down and wear it on your wrist then you might get something like this.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt from Cnet here at CTIA 2014 in Las Vegas.
This is the Crosscrountry Smartwatch.
Now you're not going to find it in the US it is out of China.
And let me tell you this thing is pretty incredible.
And I'm not sure if that's in a good way or a bad way.
It is a large device because it can do pretty much everything that your smartphone can so that makes it really thick and really big.
In fact it hunging on my wrist.
But this watch can do everything.
It's got a 1.5 inch touch screen.
You can pinch on it 245x240 pixels Android 4. Thank you, but it's not running Android Ware.
Its got four gigabytes of internal flash, but you can actually fit in it a micro SD card for up to thirty-two gigabytes.
There's also a camera on here that takes clandestine photo and video.
There's even video editing software.
You've got wi-fi, you've got Bluetooth, GPS, FM Radio and a stand-alone MP3 player.
There's also maps, navigation and even a burglar alarm if somebody tries to take it off your wrist and walk off.
Did I also mention that it is 3G capable?
Even though it's not sold here in the U.S., you can get it online, and for $160, it could be yours.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt from CNET, taking a first look at the cross-country smartwatch.
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